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  • John Wang

    John is a Registered Provisional Psychologist who has completed his graduate study specializing in School and Child Psychology at the University of Calgary. Previously, he has provided psychoeducational assessment services as well as counseling therapy for children and adolescents in both public and private school settings.

    John has led mental health initiatives for both adults and minors alike in not-for-profits. Aside from his clinical work, John is also the Co-Investigator of two Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) funded research that examines the mental health of people living with HIV/AIDS during the COVID-19 pandemic. As a certified Mental Health First Aid Instructor with the Mental Health Commission of Canada, John is passionate about sharing his knowledge and experience in mental health and helping reduce the stigmatization of mental health disorders amongst the marginalized population.John also offers a free 20-minute phone or video consultation, to support you in finding the most suitable fit as you embark on your therapy journey.

    Client focus: Adult/Individuals/Adolescents/Kids/Family

    Types of Therapy:
    – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy,
    – Behavioural Therapy,
    – Mindfulness based Cognitive Therapy,
    – Solution-Focused Brief Therapy,
    – Strength-Based Therapy,
    – Emotionally Focused Therapy,
    – Exposure Response Prevention

    Languages: English, Mandarin Chinese

    Specialties:

    • Anxiety,
    • Depression,
    • Stress,
    • Trauma/PTSD,
    • Self Esteem,
    • Behavioural Issues,
    • Career Guidance,
    • Codependency,
    • Coping Skills, Divorce,
    • Family Conflict,
    • Grief, Life Transition,
    • Peer Relationships,
    • Racial Identity,
    • School Issues,
    • Stress,
    • Women’s Issues,
    • Addictions,
    • ADHD,
    • Social Skills,
    • Self Harm,
    • Men’s issues,
    • Learning Disabilities,
    • Immigrant/Newcomers,
    • Parenting/Prenatal/Postpartum,
    • Infertility,
    • Intimacy,
    • Life coaching,
    • Workplace/Employment issues,
    • Sleep issues,
    • Autism,
    • Asperger’s syndrome,
    • Sexual abuse,
    • Suicidal ideation,
    • Emotional disturbance,
    •  LGBTQ

    When he’s not advocating for mental health, you can find John hiking and biking the many trails that the Alberta Rockies has to offer, or finding fulfillment in advocating for the electrification of the transportation system through his Youtube channel “Ready, Steady, Charge”